SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – A United States Post Office in Summit County will be renamed in honor of a Flight for Life pilot. Patrick Mahany died when the helicopter he was piloting crashed in 2015.

Patrick Mahany (credit: CBS)

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The aircraft had a mechanical failure while lifting off from the St. Anthony Summit Medical Center in Frisco. Two flight nurses on board survived.

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President Donald Trump signed a law to rename the post office in Frisco after Mahany on Sunday.

Patrick Mahany (credit: Mahany family)

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The bill was first introduced in Congress last September by current Gov.-elect Jared Polis.